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Ercole Barovier

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In 1936, two famed Venetian glass houses - Vetreria Artistica Barovier and Ferro Toso – combined. A year later, the firm’s proprietor and head designer Ercole Barovier created this marvelous nautilus shell, an Art Deco rendition of a form eagerly sought out for Renaissance curiosity cabinets. Barovier remained at the head of the workshop until 1972, constantly developing new technical and stylistic innovations; his fifty-year career positions him as among the most important figures in the history of Murano glass.

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Artist
Ercole Barovier
Material
Hand-blown glass
Contributing Gallery
de Vera
Period
1937
Dimensions
9.5 in × 9 in × 4.5 in
24.13 cm × 22.86 cm × 11.43 cm
ID
deveraeb01-01
Image credits: Courtesy of de Vera, photography by Poul Ober
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